The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1913 Page: 4 of 10
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LAST SHOT KILLS BEAR
HE way to reckon the
The Lexington Leader T!
Minting i- to put t'Oth -ts Fjnal Bu|l#t FaU| t0 Charging Brum
together—the cost of paillt, and Thirty Feet From Lad.
HaKUIE A Jenks . proprietor- - Portland. Ore.—Percy, the twentT-
-===! the cost of putting on. year old son of C. S Hill of Hoke
E: tertd at the poMoffle 'at lexicon It coat* a<S much to put on one Point. Wash , to CowUtt county, .hot
at tm i wUat lg beUeTed ,0 the larsest bear
Ok a. sVc.md-c'as- mail matter. paint a." another, the putting on
===== — ~ . coet ig the same.
Subscription jju( if vou use Pevoe Lead and-
ever killed lu that section.
The young man had to Are seven
shots with his 30-30 rifle to end the
life of the monster bruin, which charg
ed him from a distance of 300 feet
after his first shot had wounded it
•J.'i half or a third. Hundreds of eases The seventh ballet broke its back and
. r, u, „„l laid the animal low when It was with-
= prove that Devoe requires less gai-
Paint you'll use less gallons by
Display Per Ineh
Locals Per Line
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1913
j Ions than any other paint for the
10c same service.
Buy by the name: Pevoe.
Wynne & Massey, Agts.
in thirty feet
Percy, in great excitement ran twc
miles In seventeen minutes to his fa
ther's home with word that be had
killed "the largest black «ir in cre-.i
tion." After the brute had been skin
ned and dressed the meat of iu can-as*
alone weighed 225 pounds.
Sulphur 12 Lexington 9
A surprise was thrown into the
LOSES FEET AND WATCH.
Lifting water is responsible for
local football camp Friday after- the many short comings and shrunk-
noon when the "dummies", the en and faded clueks of our wives.
Oklahoma >tate - 'hi...l for deaf The downtrodden farmer or labor- over by a train at Bangor, Pa., his polo
and dumb of Sulphur walked off ing man's wife l as been the subject watch was stolen from his pocket
1 - ,. When he recovered consciousness from
with the _;atifi play.-il her- by 1 •>£ manv :irti. -s. orations and ills- fbe anaeslhetle he missc<i the time
score of 12 to fi. The dummies cushions relative to her position in piece, and the loss caused a hurrieo
were rated as a strong team but the world, but it remains for a col- search, but nothing could be found to
despite this fact our boys hail it lege president to place the blame
doped out that they would win by on water f >r the condition of the
a very good margin. But they were wife.
surprised. ' Water. it« handling, not its use.
The mutes played a fast, heady' is tin reason the wives lose their
game and ket-p Lexington on the; figures, their color, and the sparkle the influence of ether in the surgical
, . , ti «.i , P litio tr> pr *^'il^iit ward. and Keiker also confessed that
defense most of the time, they ; of their eyes, according to rrestaent
were light and -peed1, in ! well Joi. ph Cook of the Mississippi Nor-
coached, their attack being bewil- inal college, whose discovery is cin-
dering and made up of a good va-; s'ulered of sufficient importance by '1- *+ t~
rietv of pi a vs. They played the the Doited States Bureau of Educa- Lad who Broke Reck Year Ago Sue
. . cumbs In Hospital.
old formations mostly but what lit-; Hon to make it the subject of a Babylon. X. ~iT — Joieph Weeks is
tie the\ pliveii of the 1 • w gaiuP -p< ■ ial bulletin. In the pr- -enre dead jn the Soothside hospital Jierg j
-"■« 1 " —!' "T '.'"fSS'n/iSi
ington was tirst to pcore, h«l Black- declares the rural school has struck the bottom wlfli such force as
well putting the hall over the score, chance to improve conditions. He to brSaFTJs" neck. He would have j
Soon afterward he was taken out declares the average farmer's wife | drowned hadit notbeen for the alert-:
of the game for ulledged rough lifts a ton of water a day in con-
playing and Kelley took hia'place ducting her wifely duties. The
at full back. The team become a getting of water from the source of
trifle demoralized at his removal i supply to the point of application.'
and their playing seemed to lack says I'rof. Cook, requires more
forc e. Sulphur gaining confidence j manual labor than any other item
and from then on to the close of I of housekeeping. 1 he water for
the game kept the ball most of the j the kitchen has to he lifted from lng chair_
time scoring two touchdowns, the well, carried into the kitbhen.
poured into a kettle, poured out of
Surgeons Cut Off First
Takes the Other.
Philadelphia.—While surgeons of a
hospital in this city were amputating
tlie feet of John Guest who was run
explain the loss.
Suspicion fell on Paul Keiker, an or-
derly at the Institution. He was nr
rested, confessed and was held for
trial This led to the discovery that
another patient. Frank Price, was rob-
bed of a diamond stickpin while nnder
BOY'S DIVE AT LAST FATAL.
ness of Joseph Dovell, a friend, who
pulled him ashore.
Weeks' mind remained bright to the
last, but he never was able to regain
the use of his body. He was always
cheerful and hopeful, and no patient is.
the hospital received more attention j
from visitors. On several occasions he
was wheeled about the village, and he
even attended ball games in his reclii. 1
See Mrs. E. A. Deni-on I r ! irmjthe k< ttle to the dishpan and from
loans at lowest rate- adv the dishpan out of doors, making
. .... . , six times the water is handled; and
Trv our chilli, it is - '
ertainlv dilic- . .
• a bucket of water containing two
with the containing v-sel.
The Baptist Convantion a iiw, 4I1 -20 pounds, when m ■-
Rev. Ro!" .el), '.-on attended ti •• handled six times the total lift-
state Baptist convention at Chic k- ing is 120 pounds. The cooking of
aei.a las, week as one f the me- h-ee me a day on a meager al-
eengers from this place. The con- lowiw* of Water will necessitate 10
vention convened Wednesday. No- buckets, which will make for cook-
vemher 5, and adjourned Friday, alone 1200 pounds of tiffing ■
N, vember 7. Thi- convention was -lay. When to this ,s added ti.,
held in the first Baptist church water necessary for bothing, scrub-
where the messengers some three bing and the weekly work it wil.
rovally re- easily bring the left each day to a
church, and ton; and the lifting of a ton a dav
BLOW UP WARSHIPS
BY WIRELESS NOW
New Invention Is Secretly
Tested In England.
Marcum 8 Isom
We carry a complete line. Every stove is guaranteed to be absolutely as
represented. There is 110 use to put off buying as our liberal price places them
within the reach of all. If you want a heater, a coal or wood stove, a range, a
gasoline or oil stove, we have them. Drop in, look them over, make your se-
lection, get'prices and carry them iway. That is our word to you. If you need
any part to your snove we either have it or can get it for you.
Also we have a complete stock
of furniture and we sell it RIGHT.
We can fit you up in anything* you.
may need so reasonable that you
cannot help but be pleased.
MAR C UM
Hardware & Furniture
Housewives, give OB flour a
trial, it's g-; ranteed T in Keller.
hundred strong v. re
ceived by the pastor,
people of Chickasha;
reports that much g >
He also report- t
number of mi --
! _• r- atte
t S-. wnt
will take the elasticiry out of a wo-
man- step, the bloom out of her
cheek and the enjoyment from her
- .'."—A Su; -■ riber.
b< • J. F.
We have just installed our
new bteam table and will
serve light lunehes. Call and
gl\^ us a trial. Chili, sand-
^vic.ies and hot drinks our
specials. ihe "Owl
OB Hour guaranteed sold by
London.—An invention which, when
fully developed, promises to reform
war has been given a succes-ful test
off Portsmouth. Although the ad-
miralty has attempted to keep the mat-
ter a secret, it is now definitely known
that a mine attached to the l" ttom of
the British cruiser Terpsichore was
exploded at a distance of eight miles
by wireless impulse.
Some weeks ago the Terpsichore, a
third c!"ss cruiser of 3.400 tons dis-
placement. -toO feet long and forty-
three feet beam, was taken into dry
di k. where dockyard hands attached
a metal lx v to her bottom. The cruiser
w :s towed to Stokes bay. Her water-
tight c<:apartments were then closed
and all memliers of the crew left the
A few moments later the Terpsichore
half rose out of the water amidst a
t< k a heavy list to port and five dock-
yard tngs came to her assistance, keep-
li _• her at'oat with their pumps while
they towed the sinking cruiser into
PILES! PiLES! PILE5S; 3
IS' INDIAN PILE OINTMENT
! c ard Ii« .n<r F
ONE POUHO MT.
/ r sa.t by a.. aud :I X I
WILLIAMS MFG.CO.. Pros^O Hand, Oliio
Sherman & Sherman
Dr. Emmett Thacker
Physician and Surgeon
Or! e over Ke'.ler's Furniture
Store. Get . r I Fra
Office Phone 56
,i ust aeceived a bi_r shipment
ut this high grade guaranteed
coffee a regular 40c per pound
grade sold in three pound
cans for 11.00. Also when
J. M, TUGGLE & SON
Official Notice to Rural
P..-tn^i-:er- at rural delivery of-'
tii • - tnd rur. 1 carriers are dirci te
to bring t the attention of the pa-
trons that it is the desire of the de-
partment that all first class niai:
matter deposited in rural mail
boxes shall be stamped before ! *-
ing so deposited.
When it is not practical, coins
left in such boxes for the purchase
• . j-. of stamps should lie deposited in
It lour Harness or n: i.iing u . ; n
Saddle .Needs Kepalrin^
And oiling or your 1
top need «ihi:e r«*| 1 1111.'
then. iu. we have r fu' . Je of ,M>,
repairs for the above at. I do A- -t
all work promptly at. ! * - B
est prices. tiive ;. *
All work guaranteed.
i*;iout hit orr
BOY EARNS $40,000.
H s Shar« of Profits Coming From Hi
Expert Knowledge of Farming.
J. liet. 111.— Werner Kreimer. nine-
teen-ye;.r-old son of J. F Kreimer. a
fanner of Jackson township. ill
county, has bought a lfiO a<"re fann for
544 .t. g;i of wMch he has realised
himself from his share of the profits
of his father's farm.
The lad is a student of scientific
agr;<-n!ture and has taken a long course
of borne study from the University of
Illinois He bas applied his knowi
e li:e in tbe management of bis father's
farm and has in* reased the earnings of
the farm 40 per cent.
The Krrimer farm is said to be tbe
most profitable in Will county as a re-
sult of fbe bojf* modern methods.
PEARL FRAUD IN PARIS.
c_3„. ,rj of Defective Gerrs Oece.vei
H.r Paris p'lli-e re inwtl
r ! .. rrtrie is r.div >.-ed.
I Vhen you feel tZ 2 :
is, tii fi - - r - ' *
PILLS. They renc-.v the nonnal vigor aai
Mott's Nerverine Pilis J; I
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prcp -. Cleveland. Ohi= J
Sherman & Sherman
Lei gt L ti- v F.4 A. M
^ t'-t «nd th.rd ^Htarjr.y
- 't vned. E. W. WyiiD-.
/ntAJ R MsffT. Secj. A.M.
Attorney At Law
Office Iu S-ecur-.ty Su.-.e BHi.k K Jp.
Hutchin & Burke
Attorneys at Law
p.- :! . e tii I«i. nfcf
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We have what you want, or we can get
it lor you. with a positive guarantee as to
durability, correct style and quality.
Fall Shirts, Neck wear and Underwear
in the latest styles to please you.
We have also received our fall stock of
shoes. Star 5 Star, the best wearing shoe on
the matket. Come in and Get vour wants
J. C. DOWDY
Edwin Pruitt won thr #'•
at the ~iiiitii ~ale .Taturth.> .
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The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1913, newspaper, November 14, 1913; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110596/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.